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Lewis : sensibilis

sensibilis, sensĭbĭlis, e, adj. id., that can be perceived by the senses, sensible (post-Aug. and very rare): vox auditui, perceptible, Vitr. 5, 3: (voluptatem) sensibile judicant bonum: nos contra intellegibile, Sen. Ep. 124, 2.

Act., endowed with feeling, capable of perceiving: simulacrum, Lact. 2, 10, 3; 2, 8, 33; 7, 4, 12.—Adv.: sensĭbĭlĭter, by the senses, sensibly: commovere deos nidore, Arn. 7, 234.